Cannabindiol Crosses the Blood Brain Barrier

By | Aug 24, 2012

11/08/08 Dr. Courtney speaks on the CANNABIS ISSUES PANEL of experts and authors at the 18th ANNUAL SOUTHERN HUMBOLDT HEMP FEST Emcee: Jimmy Durchslag: Next we have William Courtney, DR. BILL COURTNEY, Cannabis Medical Consultant. Many of you… I know he’s based in Mendocino, has an office in Willits, but he’s also here in our [...]

Cancer & Fungus or Why Cannabis’ anti-fungal properties may be working on Cancers.

By | Apr 19, 2012

Cancer is a fungus, can be caused by a fungus, or is accompanied by late-stage fungal infections, and now the Mayo Clinic confirms this. They are not the first to say so though. Many, even from the official world of orthodox oncology, recognize the similarities of cancer and fungal infections, the decay that ties these [...]

Chronic Migraine Headache treated with Cannabis

By | Feb 24, 2012

Five cases successfully treated with Marinol and/or illicit cannabis. Tod H. Mikuriya, M.D. Case 1 A thirty eight year old white female stock broker supervisor with a twenty-six year history of unilateral vascular headaches escalating to generalized headache with tension headache overlay. The severity and frequency of episodes responded only to parenteral dihydroergotamine, meperidine, and [...]

Marijuana Ingredients Show Promise In Battling Superbugs

By | Feb 24, 2012

Substances in marijuana show promise for fighting deadly drug-resistant bacterial infections, including so-called “superbugs,” without causing the drug’s mood-altering effects, scientists in Italy and the United Kingdom are reporting. Besides serving as infection-fighting drugs, the substances also could provide a more environmentally-friendly alternative to synthetic antibacterial substances now widely used in personal care items, including [...]

Protected: Cannabis Oil Dosage Instructions

By | Nov 23, 2011

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Large clinical trials demonstrate the benefit of the cannabis extract Sativex in patients with multiple sclerosis

By | Nov 6, 2011

Full results from three phase III studies with Sativex with altogether 1,500 MS patients were presented at the ECTRIMS congress in Amsterdam from 19 - 22 October. These studies provide evidence of the long term efficacy of this cannabis extract (2.7 mg THC and 2.5 mg CBD per puff) in symptom improvement in patients with [...]

Cannabis provides additional pain relief in patients already treated with opioids

By | Nov 6, 2011

A clinical study was conducted at the San Francisco General Hospital, USA, to investigate the effects of inhaled cannabis on 21 patients with chronic pain, on a regimen of twice-daily doses of morphine or oxycodone. Participants were admitted to hospital for 5 days. They were asked to inhale vaporized cannabis in the evening of day [...]

How to make Cannabis Tinctures

By | Nov 4, 2011

To make Tincture Cold Method (recommended) With low Proof Alcohol Here is the recipe for highest quality tincture. This method does not use heat so keeps the integrity of the cannabinoids intact. From WAMM [with a couple of notes from us]: Fill jar ¾ full of herb Fill rest of jar with alcohol; leave some [...]

Activist Claims Marijuana Prohibition To End November 5 or Another one smokes crack… We’ll see.

By | Nov 3, 2011

By Steve Elliott ~alapoet~ in Dispensaries, Medical, News Richard Brumfield claims cannabis prohibition will end November 5, and that he’ll be in charge of all legal production in America. Dude has a healthy sense of self, at least; not so sure about his grip on reality, though. ​Richard Brumfield, a medical marijuana activist from California, [...]

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